River Rise State Park - TrailMeister added this area
High Springs, FL
Riders have logged 14.90 miles & 7.03 hours here.
TOP TRAIL RIDER: idahotrails logged 11.90 miles.
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Gaining Access: There are three gated entrances to River Rise. The first is located on US441 just north of High Spring. This would be the entrance those wishing to access the east section of the River Rise trail system and view the rise would enter. The second entrance located on Bellamy Road, off of US441 north of High Springs (and north of the US441 entrance). The third is off of US27 and will allow access to the west portion of the River Rise trail system and equestrian camping.
River Rise Preserve State Park has 35 miles of multi-use trails taking the rider through a variety of plant communities near the Santa Fe River. At the end of the day, equestrians can camp overnight with their horses at the horse camp complete with primitive campsites, restrooms and a 20-stall horse barn available on a rst come, rst serve basis.
- Land manager is Florida State Parks River Rise State Park
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